I found this article on Facebook and thought I'd post it here.
The exhibit starts with a lecture next Thursday at 4 o'clock on the campus of my alma mater, the University of Kentucky., I will not be able to attend, but hope to visit the exhibit in the upcoming weeks.
Hopefully sites around Kentucky continue to come up with new ideas and presentations about this anniversary, despite such limited funding from the state.
I'm not really sure how to approach this idea that popped into my head today, but it seems like a good idea or question to mention here ...
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